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Prometheus and Summit partner on new LNG facility

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Prometheus Energy Group Inc. (Prometheus), a North American supplier of LNG solutions, and Summit Natural Gas of Missouri (Summit) recently held a ribbon cutting at Summit’s new LNG facility in Lebanon, Missouri. The facility will increase Summit’s natural gas capacity to fuel the region’s impressive economic growth and peak seasonal natural gas requirements.

Prometheus has provided several similar virtual pipeline applications using LNG to utility and industrial customers throughout North America. These applications include solutions for winter peaking, pipeline integrity testing, pipeline reconstruction and natural gas supply for bridging requirements in advance of pipeline connections. Prometheus has worked closely with Summit to provide an LNG facility that is modular and scalable in order to support the continued expansion of natural gas capacity in the region as it grows.

“Summit is committed to our partnership with the community of Lebanon by bringing greater energy reliability to the area,” said Summit Utilities’ President and CEO Kurt Adams. “We selected Prometheus to provide this LNG facility based on their extensive experience providing reliable winter peaking services and supporting pipeline growth throughout the country.”

“Prometheus is proud of our capabilities to support Summit on this critical project with clean, domestic and affordable natural gas leveraging our Access LNG supply network,” stated Jim Aivalis, CEO of Prometheus. “We are excited to be a part of this collaborative partnership.”

The LNG facility will operate from November to March this winter season and is designed to provide additional natural gas capacity to the distribution system during periods of high demand.

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